Repton Neighbourhood Development Plan
Repton Parish Council has submitted the Repton Neighbourhood Plan to us.
They have undertaken their Regulation 14 consultation.
Regulation 16 Consultation
Under Regulation 15 of the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012, Repton Parish Council has submitted its draft Neighbourhood Development Plan (Neighbourhood Plan) to South Derbyshire District Council.
In accordance with Regulation 16, the Council would like to invite comments from organisations and individuals on the submitted Neighbourhood Plan.
Repton Parish Council undertook consultation on an earlier draft of their Plan. Comments made to the Parish Council from this consultation helped inform changes to the document now submitted to South Derbyshire District Council.
The Neighbourhood Plan, written by a steering group consisting of members from the community and from Repton Parish Council, proposes a number of policies on housing and open space amongst others.
The Neighbourhood Development Plan Submission is split into five main documents:
- Repton Neighbourhood Development Plan, submission draft (pdf, 2.6mb)
- Map – designated Repton Neighbourhood Area (pdf, 2.4mb)
- Basic Conditions Statement (pdf, 139kb)
- Consultation Statement (pdf, 258kb)
- Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) Statement (pdf, 282kb)
It is the responsibility of the District Council to collate all of the representations made through this Regulation 16 consultation and pass them on to an independent examiner.
The examiner will look at the representations, together with the Plan documents when assessing whether the Plan meets the basic conditions and is duly made and appropriate, in order for it to proceed to referendum.
Hard copies of the Plan are available to view at:
South Derbyshire District Council,
You can use our comments submission form (docx, 75kb) and send to us either by:
Post to: Neighbourhood Planning, Planning Policy, South Derbyshire District Council, Civic Offices, Civic Way, Swadlincote DE11 0AH
E-mail to: Ian.Hey@southderbyshire.gov.uk